Aunt Jennie's Attic
A beautiful rose decorated marigold carnival glass bowl It measures 8 inches in diameter and is approx. 2 3/4 inches high. Decorated inside and out, this bowl has no chips, cracks or other flaws. A great addition to your Carnival Glass collection.
This striking deer planter is a contrast in black and white with accents of gold. The upper edge of the planter has a lighter drip glaze. It is unmarked, and the bottom is partially unglazed. The deer is similar to those found in McCoy and Shawnee pieces. I have seen the same planter in other colors, but this is by far the most attractive and would be a great addition to black and white decor. There are no marks, cracks, or defects on this piece.
This turquoise Fiesta sugar bowl is one of the original Fiesta colors made in the 30's. It is in very good condition with a bit of wear around the rim. There is no lid with this bowl. It is marked Fiesta Made in USA. Production was from 1936 to 1969, but this one is probably from the 30's or 40's. There are no chips, cracks or scratches on this sugar bowl
This cute valentine has moving scissors and arm to "cut you out of my heart." The front of the card is in good shape considering its age, with a slight bend when the scissors move through the slot. There is writing on the back and some glue and paper where it has been in a scrapbook. A real cutie! According to expert information just received, it is from the 1935-36 era based on the style and style of print.
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This vintage mechanical valentine shows a girl with a radio. When you move her bow, the radio dial moves to spell out L-O-V-E ME. The card is in good used condition with pencil writing on the back. It is made by A-Meri-Card in the USA. Measures 3 1/2 by 4 in. It will stand but the stand hasn't been punched out yet.
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This folded valentine is in used condition with pencil writing on the back and minor reinforcement repairs where it folds on the back. As seen in the pictures, the repair doesn't affect the front side. The paper is slightly aged, adding to the vintage look. 3 1/2 by 5 1/2 unfolded.
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This cute valentine house is in good condition and the fence folds out for a 3-D effect. 3 1/2 by 4 1/2 in.
We have a group of 5 Moderntone Little Hostess plates. Four are pastels: peach or pink, green, yellow, and blue. One is gray and is from a different set. There is no damage or sign of use on any of these. They are unmarked. I will sell as a group for $35 or individually for $8 each. I will regroup if individuals are purchased. Each plate is 5 1/4 inches in diameter. These are a great buy in mint condition!
These Candlewick salt cellars or salt dips are difficult to find. They are smaller than the 18 bead nut dishes. The bottom measures about 1 1/4 inches on the outside and a quarter will just fit in the bottom. They are 2 inches across the top and about 3/4 inch tall. There are 4 in this set and the price is $50 for the set of 4 or $12.50 each. I have seen them valued at $25 each, so this is a relative bargain. They are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or roughness...
This happy miniature baker nutcracker is the first in the Nutcracker Guild series which was introduced in 1994. The ornament measures just 1 1/2 inches, but is sculpted in amazing detail with a mouth that opens and closes just like its larger counterpart. I have other ornaments from this series so I would be happy to combine shipping. Both the ornament and the box are in excellent condition. Thanks for visiting our site.
This uncut page of paper dolls include young Master McCall and Sister Nell with costumes and props of the day. They are from the October, 1925 McCall's magazine and are in very good condition. Any "wrinkles" that show on the picture are glare from the cellophane that covers the page. It is free of wrinkles or other spotting. It looks excellent for paper that is almost 85 years old. This is an original, not a repro. Great for Deco or paper doll collections...
This page contains 2 paper dolls with their vintage 1920's clothing and accessories. The art work is by Nandor Honti and was published in April of 1926 in McCall's. It is in excellent condition for its age. Please disregard the glare. There are no ripples in the paper itself, just in the cellophane protecting the page. A great companion for the Master McCall page already listed. Thanks.
This pair of Forest Green tumblers were possibly made by Anchor Hocking as a container for products like honey or tea bags. They are approximately 4 1/2 inches tall and have tapered sides. They are in excellent condition. Price is for both and includes shipping.
This Forest Green maple leaf candy or dessert dish is made by Anchor Hocking. It measures 5 1/2 inches across. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. I have 2 of these dishes and can combine shipping for a better deal. Also check out my other forest green items. Thanks.
Anchor Hocking's shell dish is a deep forest green color, with no chips, cracks, or scratches. The dish measures about 7 inches. It is a great accessory to you green tableware. Don't forget to look at other similar Forest Green glassware in my catalog. Thanks.
These two lovely sets of demitasse cups and saucers are made by the Regal China company in Occupied Japan. They are very nearly the same style, one set red and white and one set blue and white. Both have gold trim that is in excellent condition, as are the cups and saucers themselves. They are offered here for $25 each. Please email me to tell me what color you prefer if you don't want both sets. These would be a lovely addition to your cup and saucer or Occupied Japan collection...
This Fiesta fruit dish is yellow and measures 4 3/4 inches in diameter. It is marked with the Fiesta imprinted trademark as shown in the extra picture. these bowls were produced by the Homer Laughlin Company from 1938 to 1959. I have 3 in yellow, all in excellent condition.
This vintage yellow Fiesta sugar bowl is in good condition, however it has no lid. It was produced between 1936 and 1969.